Man Hit By Car, Seriously Injured While Running In Hudson Valley
Police are hoping you can help as they investigate a hit-and-run in the Hudson Valley.
New York State Police are investigating a hit and run involving a person and an unknown vehicle. The crash happened on Tuesday, January 8, between the time of 6:35 a.m. and 7 a.m. on Monahan Road in the town of Greenville. Police didn't release details about the crash until Thursday afternoon.
On January 8, Robert Ruscher, 62, of Greenville was on a morning run. According to police, he left his home on Rutger Creek Road and turned right onto Kurpick, then right onto Center Road, then left onto Logtown Road and a left on County Route 1 and then onto Monahan Road.
He turned around on Monahan to return home and was hit by a car, according to police. He told authorities his last memory was seeing a car on Monahan Road.
Ruscher suffered a broken right ankle, a head injury and several abrasions, police say.
State Police are asking anyone with any information to contact the State Police in Greenville at 845-856-6440.
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